Teacher qualities to look for are unlikely to be the same from parents to students to administrators. Everyone generally agrees on: kind, nice, “good teacher”, knows the content, but this is not enough to define a stellar teacher.
During my years as an administrator, on occasion, I’ve had to deal with teachers who were incredibly popular with the parent population, but quite frankly were not great based on the teacher qualities I looked for. Check out also this TEDxGhent video about the five principles of highly effective teachers:
As one who has interviewed hundreds of teacher candidates and filled numerous teacher positions K-12, I look for and will probe a candidate repeatedly in relation to certain qualities/characteristics that I believe are essential to a great teacher. Here are just a few of those teacher qualities:
1. Deep understanding and knowledge of the content. Every great teacher has a deep understanding and knowledge of the content they are teaching. This is a given. After all, who wants an AP Biology teacher who doesn’t have a firm grasp of higher-level concepts of biology?
Yet, I am sure that some of you reading this have had a teacher or two who really didn’t have strong or deep content knowledge or was, for example, reading newspapers in class, and I’m willing to guess that this teacher was probably not the best teacher you ever had.
Are you frustrated at your lack of productivity? Do you feel like you are not able to accomplish your goals because you fear failure? Ask yourselves this: Is it really fear of failure or fear of success – What’s holding you back?
So check out this Epiphany Institute video. Maybe you don’t suffer from fear of failure. It may be fear of success what’s holding you back.
You may not be suffering from fear of failure, but maybe it’s the fear of success that’s holding you back. Are you afraid that people around you will think you’ve changed too much, or that you’ll have to make too many personal sacrifices to achieve your dream?
Maybe you’re afraid of people around you that may think you’ve changed a bit too much. You could also feel that you will need to make too many sacrifices to achieve personal success.
The biggest secret to success for the GED students is in standing firm to all the challenges that he or she may face. Unlike a high school student, a GED student has to deal with everything that comes at him. So in this post, we’ll take a closer look at GED students and the challenges they face.
I make this comparison because the high school student’s role is well defined and will rarely deviate from it. A GED student has to look into everything, from work to caring for the family to studying at night.
Check out also this TEDxBergen (Norway) video in which Max Gouchan talks about challenges for young entrepreneurs. Max has the capacity to explain challenges in a straightforward, simple way as you will see:
Max Gouchan believes that entrepreneurs can get to success and that getting the best possible education is not necessarily always required. After Max dropped out of his Norwegian high school, he started an oil industry supply company.
Sometimes you just have to start. You can think, strategize, and plan what you are going to do, and how you are going to do it, not realizing how much time goes by. Many people ask themselves, and us, how long it takes to get your GED. Well, it has to do with mindset shifts.
When you look in the mirror and realize you are blue in the face (eek!) and still haven’t done anything (yikes!), its time to just start.
The folks at Nike nailed it decades ago: “Just Do It.” So don’t worry about the “how” so much, just pick something and go. Trust that the task will evolve as you move through it. It will unfold as it should. Here are 7 mindset shifts that can help you get going in the right direction:
1. Problems are opportunities – Focus your challenges on opportunities to learn. I know it sounds cheesy, but it works! My little brother failed the GED Essay, then he found the BestGEDclasses website and learned not only how to write an essay, but also how to pass all 4 GED test subjects. 2. Creating value is most important – Find out what you do that your audience/customer/client values most, and do more of THAT. Be wary of trying to be everything for everyone.
It’s time to vent, rant, and rave! I just don’t get it and maybe I never will. Why is it that so many teachers are opposed to using any sort of technology in relation to their teaching and running of the classroom? There are many examples of good education websites that promote self-learning yet teachers don’t always see the value of it.
I recently talked with Emily, a test developer for a website named Best GED Classes that has many online lessons and practice tests that students can use to get all set for the U.S. and Canadian High School Equivalency Test.
She asked how to make teachers aware of this website. Because they have a lot of practice tests and lessons, this seems to be a perfect combination in combination with offline GED teaching. Yet she has problems with reaching out to teachers.
Are you the type of person who starts every semester with that little promise to yourself – “I’m going to make this my best semester ever!” Do you start the semester strong, get lazy during the middle then cram when it comes time for finals? S let’s take a closer look at the reasons for failure of making the grades you desire.
Maybe you’re the type of person who feels like they do everything right but just can’t seem to make the grades they desire.
If you can relate to any of the above questions then this article is for you. Most students start the semester strong because they have a fresh slate to work with.
Then, as the semester drags on, apathy kicks in and students lose sight of their goals. In this article, I want to address the 5 main reasons students fail to make the grades they desire. I hope these points help you see where you might be going wrong.
For a very poor man who cannot enjoy the luxury of life and who thirsts for something new, something different, the life that he doesn’t experience yet – education could be his best weapon to quench his hunger for a good life.
Like many educational experts say: ‘education liberates man,’ anybody who has acquired a college diploma has big chances of changing his life. So let’s read on to learn more about education, a poor man’s best weapon to success.
Although a good education does not guarantee a good life in the future, at least you have the edge to get to high paying jobs and opportunities if you are a holder of a college diploma. Why do I say all this? Check also: Brooklyn college GED class
Because the majority also of those who became millionaires did not even finish college – some are high school drop-outs while others are only in primary education.
But if you finish a four-year degree course at least you will not find it difficult to look for job opportunities. That is why many of the people around the world are employees because they all finish certain degree courses. In the corporate world, those who graduated from college have big chances of getting hired because they are what big companies are looking for.
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I know this hasn’t much to do with education or start-ups but the holiday season is here and maybe it’s time to go out a bit and relax after a tough semester at college or a tough time at your new start-up endeavor so here we go. You may also want to see this video with the “Most Embarrassing” pickup lines:
(Warning & Disclaimer: Use these pickup lines at your own risk. Results may vary and may include physical harm or put your life in jeopardy if used in the wrong place or in the wrong context with the wrong person. Always consult a professional pickup artist before attempting to use pickup lines!)
“Merit really is such a very funny word.” Eric Schmidt, former CEO of software companies Google and Novell sais so. He continues: “I am not so sure if I understand entirely what that means.” So when we look at Tech Millionaires – Do they deserve their fortunes?
Schmidt, ex-chief technical development at Sun Microsystems (where he was involved in developing the Java computer language) is a bespectacled, gawky guy who is widely recognized as among the most trusted, thoughtful, and brilliant executives around in the high-tech world.
We’re having lunch at Atlanta’s Ritz-Carlton hotel and Schmidt says: “Did somebody say life is fair?” Schmidt says to me. “Who’s saying that we always get what we’re deserving? I did not start out to become rich or make any money at all. I just did my job and I really liked it. The money part showed up only afterward.
Political pundits point to the 1960 televised Nixon-Kennedy debates as one of the deciding factors in Nixon’s eventual loss. Why? Because Nixon, accustomed to radio, took his appearance for granted, appearing unshaven and haggard under the unforgiving TV lights.
Many traditional companies have been making the same kind of oversight in their attempts to bring their offline brands to the strange new online world.
The Web-like TV before it was forcing new methods of brand building, customer loyalty acquisition, and trust earning, and it has been challenging and interesting to see how companies extended themselves online. Consider the following factors when thinking of electronic brand, loyalty, and trust.